Police, Fire and Sheriff's Office conduct Rescue Task Force (RTF) drill

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Police and fire review plans for drill
Photo courtesy Shoreline Police

Shoreline Police hosted a Rescue Task Force (RTF) drill on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, in conjunction with the Shoreline Fire Department and the King County Sheriff's Office Advanced Training Section.

Responders sprint down hallway toward volunteers
posing as wounded victims
Photo courtesy Shoreline Fire

The purpose of the drill was to evaluate joint Police/Fire response to in-progress violence events, specifically the rescue of injured persons.

Stop the Bleed
Officers respond to wounded victim in hallway
(This is only a drill)
Photo courtesy Shoreline Police

This drill was the culmination of over two months planning. CRISTA/King's Schools was instrumental in providing the location for this drill, as were community members who donated their time in a variety of roles.


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